Join a terrific full-day tour from Belek that provides all you need for a stress-free, entertaining, and instructive escape from the crowds. This Perge Aspendos Side Trip from Belek combines sightseeing in historical cities with beautiful natural scenery. You may expect to see historical buildings, calm waterfall settings, and archaeological sites on this spectacular excursion.
For this full-day journey, daily departures from Belek are scheduled in the morning. On the day of your tour, a fully air-conditioned, spacious bus will pick you up from your hotel. Inside the bus, a professional tour guide will greet you and walk you through the itinerary. The tour guide will be in charge of giving out helpful information about the tourist attractions.
The historic city of Perge, located 20 kilometers from Belek, will be the destination of this tour’s first stop. One of the most significant Roman-era archaeological sites in the region was founded soon after the Trojan War in this city. The tour guide will review all the pertinent information regarding the settlement’s significance and history throughout your visit. The ancient theater, a stadium used for gladiatorial combats, defensive walls, an old agora, and an acropolis from the Bronze Age are some of the most spectacular buildings. Perge Stadium is one of the best stadiums that has survived the ancient World, and it has a capacity of more than 12000 spectators.
As you approach the following site, the ancient city of Aspendos, your exploration continues. Due to its position on the banks of the Köprüçay River, this specific site used to be one of the most significant cultural and commercial centers of antiquity. You may view and enjoy the beautiful Roman theater that was built there during Marcus Aurelius’ rule. That the theater is still being used for various cultural events is an intriguing feature. Aspendos Amphitheater is one of the best-preserved ancient structures, with a capacity of more than 15,000 people.
Then comes a lunch break at a nearby restaurant where you may unwind and have a delectable meal. Stopping at the historic city of Side is the next destination on the day trip. You will explore the area with the tour guide at your side as you take in the magnificent marble columns, the amphitheater, the city walls, and the temple of Apollo located in Side’s historic harbor. You could also get to take in some breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea from there.
Your breath will be taken away by the exploration’s final stop when you will see a place of exceptional natural beauty. Due to its breathtaking scenery and tranquil environment, Manavgat Waterfalls Natural Park is one of Antalya’s most popular destinations. There, you may gaze upon the falling green waters and take in the aroma of pine. Take advantage of the chance to take some stunning pictures while you’re there.
The bus will resume its journey back to Belek after some time has been spent in the National Park. The afternoon is set aside for your return to the hotel. You will have experienced many pleasant feelings and made many enduring memories by then.
Perge Aspendos Side from Belek costs (price) 55 € for adults, 30 € for children 4 between 9 years old and children under 4 years old are free.
Belek Hotels – 08:15
“Please note that we have no hidden costs”
What do you need to bring with you?
Sun Cream, Sunglasses, Camera, Comfortable Shoes, Comfortable Clothing.
Visit some of Belek most important archaeological sites to immerse yourself in an extraordinary historical excursion. This entire day, Belek-Aspendos-Side and Perge trips are perfect for anybody who wants to continue sightseeing while avoiding the crowd. It is also a fantastic choice for people who wish to learn about and explore Antalya’s past.
A spacious, fully air-conditioned bus will pick you up from your Belek hotel in the morning. Throughout the journey, you will be accompanied by a knowledgeable tour guide who will provide you with all the information you require about the points of interest.
The historic city of Perge will be your first visit. The village, which was built after the Trojan War, is a magnificent example of Roman architecture. When you first enter the archaeological site, the tour guide will share fascinating information about its past. The city walls, the theater from antiquity, the gladiatorial arena from antiquity, and the Bronze Age acropolis are some of the most intriguing buildings.
The next stop is scheduled to be at the ancient city of Aspendos, which is situated along the banks of the Köprüçay River. This city was a well-known and significant center for trade and culture during the Roman era. A remarkable antique theater with a seating capacity of 15,000 may be seen among the remains. It is significant to remember that this theater continues to host a variety of festivals, cultural events, concerts, and the famous Legendary Dance Show Fire of Anatolia Show & Troy.
Lunch will be taken after at a nearby restaurant. There, you may take in a great meal that has just been cooked and relax for a while before continuing your trip.
Next, you’ll tour the historic city of Side. The information obtained from some inscriptions shows that the history of Side dates back to the Hittites. However, it is also said that Side, one of the oldest settlements in Anatolia, was founded before the 7th century BC.
There are several remarkable constructions at this ancient site beside the sea. You may appreciate the marble columns, the antique theater, and the Apollo temple, among other things. You could even get to take in some sights of the Mediterranean Sea’s azure waves while you’re there.
The Belek Perge Aspendos Side Tour begins at 08:15 and concludes at 18:00. This excursion will last 10 hours.
Our website Joinexcursions.com allows you to book Belek Perge Aspendos Side Tour online. The online booking form is very easy to use!
Perge, Turkey’s gorgeous ancient city, features some of the most exquisite Hellenistic and Roman ruins and is conveniently accessible from Belek. The city is steeped in history, with Alexander the Great passing through its gates and the Apostle Paul preaching there on his missionary trips. A wonderfully well-preserved theatre, the best-preserved Roman Stadium in Western Turkey, superb Roman Baths, towering Hellenistic Defenses, and long rows of gorgeous colonnaded avenues are among the site’s most notable characteristics. In 2009, the Perge Archaeological Site was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List.
It’s 55 € for adults, 30 € for children 4 between 9 years old and children under 4 years old are free.